What Kinds of Teacher Knowledge Matter Most? by Robert E. Slavin

What Kinds of Teacher Knowledge Matter Most?
Robert E. Slavin
 
James Herriott was a veterinarian who wrote very popular books about his experiences in a small town in Yorkshire, England. In his first book he described his veterinary education at the University of Edinburgh, in the 1930s. One day, he came out of class and saw an old, sway-backed horse hitched to a cart. Proud of all he was learning in his program, he decided to check out the horse.
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